VLC Player OLD

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VLC is a multimedia player which can be used for many different purposes .It is distributed under the VideoLAN project, which produces free software for multimedia, released under the GNU General Public License ,it was started by a group of French students of Ecole Central Paris .The main benefit of VLC is that it is free and open-source and it supports maximum media formats. VLC can also be used to convert media formats of files, one can stream videos through VLC, one can even modify a video in VLC by adding some effects to it. It handles DVDs, (S)VCDs, Audio CDs, web streams, TV cards and much more.With VLC, there is no need to continually update many different codec packs. VLC comes with nearly every codec built in.And whats more, VLC can play back your files, even if the media is damaged! Missing or broken pieces wont stop VLC. All the video and audio information that remains can be played. For VLC you don’t require any pre-requisite knowledge about any software.This tutorial will mainly cover features and usage of VLC(version 1.1.5).With VLC you can customize it according to your own needs.We can even add interfaces as we reqire like Console,Telnet,Web,bug logging and Mouse gestures. These Spoken Tutorials are being contributed by Sahil Thakral, Manish Narang and Nakul Kumar of Acharya Narendra Dev College,Delhi University,Delhi

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